NSP For Food
Open Time : Open 24 hours
Entry : free
Address : Netaji Subhash Place Metro Station Line 7, Lala Jagat Narayan Marg, Pitam Pura, New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Why to visit NSP For Food
A remarkable economic district in North Delhi, Netaji Subhash Place is situated between Rohini and Punjabi Bagh on a ring road not far from Pitampura TV Tower.One of Delhi's most well-known hotspots for the tastiest cuisine is here. Along with having the ideal balance of fast food, fine dining, and street cuisine, NSP also boasts some of the best shakes in the city.
Why NSP is popular?
NSP is popular beacuse of:
- Max Hospital
- Modern Cineplex Fun Cinema
Things to do in NSP:
- People who enjoy aloo tikki and chaat, there is the venerable BTW, while for students looking for a fast bite, there is Billu's Hut and Hashtag Foods.
- When it comes to street food, pasta, Maggi, smoothies, and momos are the foods that will be your saviour.
- Additionally, you can explore shopping places like D Mall, Pacific Mall, Best Business Park etc.
Famous Cuisines: North Indian Grill, Multi-cuisine, Fast Food & Shakes North Indian, and Street Food
Best Picks: Eleven Cours,e Sura Ve, Sandwich King, Hashtag Foods, Billu’s Hut, Barbeque Nation, and BTW.
Average Food Costs: INR 300 to INR 1000/- per head
Nearest Metro station: NSP metro station
FAQ on NSP For Food
Which is the nearest metro station from NSP Delhi?
The NSP metro station is nearby and can be reached on foot.
What are the places to visit near NSP Delhi?
Lotus Temple, Qutub Minar and Red Fort are the places to visit near NSP Delhi.
What are the places to stay near NSP Delhi?
Tivoli Lawrence Road, Hotel White Saffron and Grand Sunset Condos are the places to stay near NSP Delhi.
How to reach NSP Delhi?
Take the Red line metro and exit at Netaji Subhash Place Metro Station; the distance is about one minute or less from there. You can also take the DTC bus routes 901, 972, and 990.
The best time to visit Netaji Subhash Place NSP Market is in the evening, and Sundays are the busiest days for visitors.. Additionally, make sure to check the nearest metro station from your destination for budget-commute in the city.
By TANISHA JAISWAL
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